Note: Part 1: difficult to hear the audience asking questions towards the end; Part 1 cuts off at the end.
Description: Recording of a public lecture given by Brother Larry Scrivani of the Archdiocese of Monterey, at the Harrison Memorial Library, Carmel, CA.
This lecture given by presents the story of Santiago Duckworth, the first visionary of Carmel-by-the-Sea. Duckworth was an early Monterey businessman, realtor, and investor. In 1888, he bought rights to develop the Carmel area, filed a subdivision map and started selling lots. Though it took until 1916 for the town to be incorporated, Duckworth helped shape the early development of the Carmel area, bringing the first major developers and builders to Carmel (Abbie Hunter and Delos Goldsmith), and attracting some of the first residents.
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